Jennifer Garner is back in the dating game. For the first time since she and Ben Affleck revealed the breakdown…
Jennifer Garner is back in the dating game.
For the first time since she and Ben Affleck revealed the breakdown in June 2015, the actress, 46, is linked to a new man, entrepreneur John Miller.
“They are casually dating, but it’s not serious,” tells a source to people.
The news comes just a few weeks after Garner and Affleck finished their divorce. But another insider finds that the star Camping has been ready to find love again.
“Jen has wanted to move on and now when the divorce is completed she can finally,” said the source earlier this month. “She has no choice but to be patient because Ben needed to finish her rehab treatment. But she was ready to sign under paper.”
While Garner’s relationship with Miller, 40, remains in her early stages, here’s all that know about her California-based Beau chairman and CEO of Cali Group, who owns CaliBurger restaurants
Stanford degree Caroline Campbell, 38, has played all over the country with Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban and Sting. She and Miller filed for divorce 201
1 after six years of marriage. Campbell now sees Chris Estwanik, Vice President of Validus Reinsurance.
The CaliBurger chain, with 50 fast-food restaurants, uses a unique robotics that turns on patties. “Flippy” is the world’s first automotive robot box assistant, developed by Miso Robotics, also owned by Cali Group, who works with kitchen staff to help prepare freshly prepared hamburgers.
“We really like ourselves as a technology company that sells cheeseburgers,” Miller said at the 2017 restaurant franchise & innovation summit in London.
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Miller graduated as a member of the Coif Association and proceeded to California Bar in the Northern District of California.
In 2004, he signed on as Vice President, Intellectual Property at Arrowhead Research Corporation. Miller has also contributed NanoAdvisors, a consultancy that connects nanotech researchers with legal, corporate and financial institutions.
Miller has written several articles on legal and political issues in nanotechnology and co-author, The Nanotechnology, Corporate, Policy and Intellectual Property Manual . He has the title as Chief Editor of Nanotechnology Law & Business a quarterly report that provides information on key developments and the latest trends in nanotechnology law, business and politics.
“He has not met his children,” said first source.